Newsletter August 2022
GEORGETOWN CITY FIRE MARSHALL VISITS KIWANIS
President Fred Finkle and Treasurer Cathy Finkle presented a check for $100 to the city fire Marshall to help develop programs for child fire safety training as part of National Fire Prevention month.
MONTHLY FELLOWSHIP DINNER will be planned for August 23rd
Bring your neighbor, friend and partners to this month’s Covered Dish Dinner Hour! Let’s have some fun and tell Kiwanis stories! 5:30pm at 1503 Winyah Street.
Right now there is a super deal on End of Year memberships! $7 is all it takes to get started, and we may be able to start a real Subscription Payment Plan soon! This Pandemic taught us a lot about virtual meetings, outreach and what it takes to serve children best! Let’s step up and grab for that virtual gold ring!
We do have plans for Helping Hands Ministry to share with us the last Tuesday, August 30th. Save this date on your calendar!
Today’s high school students are part of what researchers call the loneliest generation in recorded history. What difference could it make if students found their fit and committed themselves to their communities early in their high school experience?
‘Key Leader by Kiwanis’ is a weekend leadership program for high school and graduating 8th Grade students (ages 14-18). Our mission is to inspire young people to achieve their personal best through service leadership.
The benefits offered through Key Leader are unique in that they focus on service leadership, social-emotional skills, and can be cultivated through student participation in Kiwanis service organizations such as Key Club. Call us at 843.620.0827 for details!